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Young Brittany an experienced Junior Cowgirl contender

Junior Cowgirl entrant Brittany Keogh is looking forward to representing Warwick at the rodeo.
Junior Cowgirl entrant Brittany Keogh is looking forward to representing Warwick at the rodeo. Contributed

BRITTANY Keogh is no novice when it comes to the Junior Cowgirl competition, awarded Miss Appearance in last year's contest.

The 13-year-old also won the Tiny Tot competition when she was two and then again when she was seven.

"The experience and getting to be a part of the Warwick Rodeo is the best thing about it," she said.

"It means a lot to be able to represent the rodeo."

She said she was looking forward to going around to all the schools.

The Warwick State High School student said she had grown up around horses.

"I competed in the national team penning competition in the school holidays," she said.

"I just love horses."

Brittany said she loved everything about rodeo.

"My favourite events are the bull ride and barrel races," she said.

Topics:  community warwick rodeo



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